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A2 Key Part 5 Exercise 3

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A2 Key Part 5 Exercise 3

A2 Key Part 5 Exercise 3 is practice for the Cambridge Assessment English A2 KEY Reading & Writing (KET) examination.This is a short text about turtles with eight numbered spaces.

Each space represents a missing word and you have to choose the right answer. This part of the examination assesses your ability to find the right structural word, e.g. a preposition like ‘for’ or ‘since’, or verb form like ‘keeping’, ‘keep’ or ‘kept’, etc.

A2 Key Part 5 Exercise 3

Read the article about turtles. Choose the best word for each space.

Turtles

Turtles spend most of their life in the sea. They have a hard shell over their body and they can pull their arms and legs inside the shell (1) they are in danger. Turtles (2) live for one hundred years and grow up to two metres long. (3) year, the mother turtle swims to a beach to lay her eggs. (4) a month later, the eggs break open and the baby turtles (5) to get to the sea. They are very small and (6) have problems getting to the water.

Several years later (7) female baby turtles will return to the same beach to lay their eggs. People think they find the way by following the light (8) the moon or the stars.


 

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